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4 Tips for Dealing with the Target Security Breach
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4 Tips for Dealing with the Target Security Breach

As you probably heard, retailer Target had a major security breach between November 27 and December 15 that compromised more than 40 million cards.  Target has not yet disclosed which locations the breach affected, and the retailer has not yet identified the cards that are part of the breach. 

At this time, CU Community will not block cards unless we see fraud on the account. We…

Beware of Phishing Scams
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Beware of Phishing Scams

Customers of financial institutions across the Ozarks are reporting more phishing scams this holiday season. A random caller will state that your debit card is locked and that you must pay $2 to reactivate it. These calls are not legitimate and they may come from the phone numbers 817-961-54 and 877-277-3125. 

CU Community Credit Union advises members to never n

How to Keep Your Account Info Secure
Identity Theft Tips Account Security Accounts 

How to Keep Your Account Info Secure

New technology makes your daily banking and personal finance management a breeze, but with all new technology comes new concerns. Just about anyone with a laptop, mobile phone or tablet has probably thought about the security risks of sending sensitive data, like Social Security numbers and debit card information, over the internet.

Our team at CU Community takes online security…

Consumer Alert: Smishing Scam
Identity Theft Security Smishing 

Cu Community Credit Union members should be aware of a smishing scam that is circulating in the Springfield area. Mobile phone users are receiving fraudulent text messages that claim their CU Community Credit Union debit card has been deactivated for security reasons. The text messages claim that cardholders must call a 417 number and provide personal information to reactivate their…